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Class performances using picture story books

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by julias2007, Sep 18, 2007.

  1. Hi,

    Has anyone used a picture story book and converted it into a class performance? Mine is coming up and I would appreciate some ideas. I've already used The very hungry caterpillar...
     
  2. Hi,

    Has anyone used a picture story book and converted it into a class performance? Mine is coming up and I would appreciate some ideas. I've already used The very hungry caterpillar...
     
  3. We do it all the time.

    The Gruffalo (have one mouse, one Gruffalo and groups of foxes, snakes and owls)

    Some of the Tony Ross stories are great to do . I think we've done 'I want my dinner' (focus on manners) and 'I want to be'.

    The Bad Tempered Ladybird

    The Pig in the Pond

    Urm, mind's gone blank now.
     
  4. We did one snowy night with 45 children. The words were generally lifted from the books and we had loads of dances to involve all the children. It was great and the illustrator came in to talk to the children. We even found songs that would fit.
     
  5. which songs did you use?
    Many thanks.
     

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